gtabaplayr1: That's exactly what I'm thinking about, you never have enough closers
But in my league, we have limited moves, and every bust move could turn into a big mistake at the end of the season and especially in the playoffs, where every move can be good.
I fear that Borowski could be a big bust and don't want to waste a single pick. Besides, even if he gets the closer role right after he comes back from the injury, he may easily create more damage than gain. Even if you give him a chance for just three starts in one week, he could destroy your pitching in that week and steal a few points from you that may decide whether you'll make it to the top-2 or top-6 at the end of regular fantasy season in your league. Remeber guys like Wickman, Koch and - oh - Borowski last season